Gemini Data Introduces Starter Version of Explore Platform 1

Gemini Data is the Modern No-Code Graph Data Platform for Everyone

Gemini Data Inc, creators of the powerful no-code platform to help users “connect the dots” in their data for rapid decision making, has introduced the free Starter version of the Gemini Explore™ platform. Set to disrupt the current analytics market and drive mass adoption of graph technology, Gemini Explore helps users see a connected view of their business, with no specialized technical skills or advanced data science training necessary.

“Traditionally, in order to leverage enterprise-grade graph technology, users had to learn complex query languages or write specialized code. Gemini’s modern no-code graph data platform democratizes access to graph, enabling business users and data scientists alike to quickly and intuitively interact with their data,” said Johnny Lin, Co-Founder and CEO of Gemini Data.

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“Gemini’s modern no-code graph data platform democratizes access to graph, enabling business users and data scientists alike to quickly and intuitively interact with their data.”

With no code to write and no infrastructure to build or maintain, Explore is the fastest way to get started with graph data projects. The introduction of the Starter version of the platform allows users to experience the functionality and ease of use for themselves before establishing a longer-term commitment. Within the Starter experience, users can create one graph project using a total file size of up to 100MB of CSV file data, and can access the full power of the cloud-based visual data exploration tool. Along with an array of short videos to help users start their project, Starter includes a full platform tutorial and an array of short videos to help users start their project, with the Gemini Data team just a click away to provide guidance on getting the most out of the experience.

“We understand that moving from more traditional graph technologies can seem risky, especially when the Gemini solution sounds almost too good to be true,” said Lin. “That’s why we created the Starter experience – to allow users to see the power and possibility of Gemini Explore for themselves in a real, testable environment.” Starter users will benefit from having a use case in mind, whether it consists of exploring an existing dataset, learning about graph technology by exploring the tutorials, or trying to find connections between multiple data sources.

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